Heather Elizabeth Morris (born February 1, 1987) is an American actress, dancer, and singer best known for her role as the cheerleader Brittany S. Pierce in the musical comedy series Glee. Heather Morris known as ‘Glee’ beauty, who was voted for the Best Summer Body of 2011 shares that she really works hard to maintain her sexy, toned bikini body.
Heather Morris Weight?
115 lbs or 52 kg
Heather Morris Height?
5′ 8″ or 173 cm
Heather Morris Measurements?
Heather Morris Workout:
Heather says that she likes to do a lot of cardio classes as well as regular squats and claims that you can pretty well eat more or less what you want provided you do so in moderation and you use your common sense. Glee’s Heather Morris’ favorite dance and martial arts-inspired exercises to get a dancer’s physique.
She also doing Tabata Workouts. These workouts consist of low weight, high reps, with short breaks in between sets. I have a great trainer Eddie, at Anytime Fitness in Lancaster, SC, and he keeps my workouts new and challenging all the time.
The funny girl’s go to fitness routine is ballet. She also does a lot of squats outside of ballet class. As many dancers know, dancing helps sculpt some pretty enviable legs, though Heather jokes that the secret behind her legs is eating lots of Gold Fish.
Heather Morris Diet:
“Dieting is just not good for your body or mind,” Heather says in the October 2011 issue of Fitness. “I don’t think you should ever tell yourself you can’t have something you want.
Her favorite food to splurge on is licorice, but as far as health food really goes, she enjoys peanut butter and bananas. She also loves apples with banana and sometimes all three things together. Ultimately, though, Heather claims you can eat whatever you want as long as you stay active– in her case, by dancing.
She says in Women’s Health:
“Do whatever you like to do, eat how you want to eat but just make sure you stay [active]”
These days Heather has a healthy relationship with food. “I try to eat how your mother wanted you to eat when you were younger,” she says. “It’s not like I eat junk all the time, but I [allow myself] mashed potatoes or a cookie.” Another trick: “I don’t eat after 8 p.m. When you were little, you never did.”
“You can’t have cookies at every meal, but you can have one cookie. If you deprive yourself, that’s just going to make you binge and eat the whole bag.
“I believe in listening to your body. When I eat fries and burgers for a while, I crave vegetables and fruits. I cut out the carbs and the processed foods until I feel good again. Your body tells you when you need to get back on track. Gas, bloating, and stomach aches are all your body’s way of sending you signals.”
Morris, who exercises not just to look good, but to feel great, gets cranky when she misses a workout. I love grilled chicken, vegetables, fruit, and I always have my Syntha6 protein and Mutli-Vitamins.